To increase the mobility of a wheeled vehicle operating in soft terrain such as sand, mud, or snow, it is necessary to increase the footprint of the tires. This is achieved by decreasing the tires air pressure. This mobility is only achieved if the wheels are equipped with a tire bead locking device. Hutchinson's wheel design allows the use of internal beadlocks, keeping them street legal.
Hi, I am not certain on what Bolt pattern I have… My Jeep is a 1995 YJ Wrangler SE, and I would like to purchase these Hutchinson Beadlocks. It is not possible for me to measure the distance of the bolts (not sure on that)
Juanes from Peru on
This is the correct wheel and lug pattern for your vehicle application. Thank you for the question.
from Peru on
Hutchinson sells different wheel inserts based on the size of the bead of your tire. I don't see this mentioned or options listed on you website. How do you know what insert to order for customers?
TJ Owner from Huntington Beach, Ca on
Thank you for your question TJ Owner. According to Hutchinson they now only offer the one insert. The thickness of the tire bead is minimal and well it is rubber, so, it will condense.
JiD from Huntington Beach, Ca on
I have a 97 tj, interested in a 15x10 all black beadlock
cjdarryl from Hondo, Texas on
Hello cjdarryl, we only sell the Hutchinson Wheels Hutchinson D.O.T. Beadlock, 15x8 with 5 on 4.5 Bolt Pattern - Black not the 15x10.
Hutchinson Worldwide, subsidiary of multinational petroleum and chemical manufacturer Total, is the maker of Hutchinson Wheels. Hutchinson Worldwide started out back in 1853 as a rubber company whose biggest product category was not wheels, but tires. As it was back in 1853, militaries are Hutchinson's largest client category for wheels and tires. The same technological know how Hutchinson Worldwide applies to producing military grade durability of wheels for combat vehicles is the knowledge applied to designing the off-road wheels Hutchinson offers to Jeep owners. Shop Hutchinson Wheels Now